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Officially known as Kyrgyz Republic, formerly known as Kirghizia is a country located in Central Asia. It has some oil and gas and a developing Gold mining sector, but relies on imports for most of its energy needs. Is also referred to as “the Switzerland of Central Asia”, bordering Kazakhstan, China, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
Topographically, it is an admixture of hills and dales and geographically, the country is divided into mountains, hills and Terai. The total projected population of Nepal in 2007 was around 26.4 million comprising of various ethnic groups and of different languages. Nepal is now Federal Democratic Republic after prolonged monarchic rule. Although Nepali is the national language and one can readily communicate in Hindi and English.
Geographical Location: - Kyrgyzstan is located north of India; It lies between latitudes 39° and 44° N, and longitudes 69° and 81° E. It is farther from the sea than any other individual country, Bishkek in the north is the capital and largest city, with approximately 900,000 inhabitants (as of 2005). The second city is the ancient town of Osh, located in the Fergana Valley near the border with Uzbekistan
With completely suitable weather and scenic beauties it also provides an individual with superior educational facilities, with long roots to history Kyrgyzstan provides experienced faculty and reliable education system. Statistics show that the country generates great talent and students.
People aspiring to become Doctors yet want exposure to the International education system should prefer Kyrgyzstan as a platform to start their education and career.
Climate: Although, the climate varies regionally. It is more or like the Indian weather with summer ranging between 30 – 40 degrees making it more suitable for Indians to live. Agriculture is the most important sector in the region with all the greenery and tourist Attractiveness.
Agriculture: - Agriculture is an important sector of the economy in Kyrgyzstan. Main crops include wheat, sugar beets, potatoes, cotton, tobacco, vegetables, and fruit.
Largest Cities in Kyrgyzstan:
Bishkek in the north is the capital and largest city, with approximately 900,000 inhabitants (as of 2005). The second city is the ancient town of Osh, located in the Fergana Valley near the border with Uzbekistan. The principal river is the Kara Darya, which flows west through the Fergana Valley into Uzbekistan. Across the border in Uzbekistan it meets another major Kyrgyz river, the Naryn.
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